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The two-component model of memory development, and its potential implications for educational settings Abstract We recently introduced a two-component model of the mechanisms underlying age differences in memory functioning across the lifespan. According to this model, memory performance is based on associative and strategic components. The associative component is relatively mature by middle childhood, whereas the strategic component shows a maturational lag and continues to develop until young adulthood. Focusing on work from our own lab, we review studies from the domains of episodic and working memory informed by this model, and discuss their potential implications for educational settings. The episodic memory studies uncover the latent potential of the associative component in childhood by documenting children's ability to greatly improve their memory performance following mnemonic instruction and training.
Co-operative Crash Injury Study (CCIS) Phase 8 - Research database - Department for Transport Reference: S0522/V8 Last update: 16/03/2006 15:38:17 Objectives The Co-operative Crash Injury Study (CCIS) aims to determine how people are injured in car crashes, the injuries sustained and to present this data in a format suitable for use by its sponsors.
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